• NetworX Pricer Configuration Analyst

    Job ID
    102018-1721
    Project Location
    Nationwide
    Category
    IT/Software Development - Healthcare
    Employment Status
    Contract
    Travel Requirements
    75%-100%
    Years of Experience
    3-5 years
  • Overview

    AXIOM Systems, Inc. is the premier healthcare IT and business solutions provider specializing in support for the system integration, implementation, enterprise reporting, HIPAA and EDI needs of healthcare organizations.  AXIOM is unique in its ability to develop and implement practical, effective solutions based on its deep knowledge of the healthcare industry.

     

    To support its clients AXIOM is looking to fill multiple NetworX Pricer Configuration Analyst position. The ideal candidates will have experience working as part of a team within a consulting environment and will have:

     

    Relocation is not required, though possible weekly travel to the west coast is.

    Responsibilities

    • Interpret provider contracts and configure NetworX Pricer (creating new agreements if needed, or updating existing) for the following types of agreements:  Professional, ASC, SNF,  Hospital (including DRG, APC, CAH, per diems, case rates etc.).
    • Update existing agreements to add in new terms for Med Adv additional physical exam benefit
    • Update existing agreements to add in new gap fill pricing terms
    • Update existing agreements to move to “current year” fee schedules, DRG tables etc.
    • Add network/agreement rows to providers as needed based on contract, providers etc.

    Qualifications

    • Demonstrated expert level skills with NetworX Pricer (integrated)
    • Ability to adequately test terms being added to assure we are achieving intended results
    • Ability to interpret contracts and translate into NetworX agreements
    • Proven ability to quickly integrate existing knowledge to client's configuration

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